Ontario Referendum: Why will you vote for Mixed Member Proportional?

Try this quiz:

1 Have you ever wanted to vote for a local

candidate but didn’t like their party?

2 Have you ever wanted to vote for a party but

didn’t like their local candidate?

3 Have you ever wondered how a party that

gets 40 per cent of the votes can ever form a

“majority” government?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above,

Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) is made for you.

With MMP, you get two votes.

With the first, you vote for your local candidate, just like you do now.

With the second, you vote for the party of your choice – even if it’s

different from the party of your local candidate.

When the votes are counted , the number of seats a party gets

reflects the number of votes the party gets. A party with

40 per cent of the votes will get 40 per cent of the seats.

It’s fair for everybody.

On October 10, vote for

Mixed Member

Proportional!

http://voteformmp.ca/ 

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2 Responses to Ontario Referendum: Why will you vote for Mixed Member Proportional?

  1. harpervalley says:

    proportional is certainly A START on what democratic reforms need to be done. heh heh, should make some of those ‘sure-ass’ arrogant candidates in ‘safe ridings’ perk up a bit!!!

    FSP is on at Harper Valley 😀

  2. verbena19 says:

    Right you are sis. I’ll go visit HP now and see what’s up…. 🙂

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